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Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:48 Thu Oct 18
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Gavros 6:00 Thu Oct 18

'Shit, i got it wrong.'

You certainly did. That's the EU Commission's very own in house Eurobarometer

master 6:30 Thu Oct 18
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proper little fraidy-cat's. ooooh the big bad world's gonna eat us up..!

Gavros 6:20 Thu Oct 18
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Duh. Of course that's what the ERG want, and what the US lobby funded IEA, TPA etc want.

This is why the Tories are in a civil war. One section is in hock to foreign interests and wants out no matter what, and the other isnt an wants to limit the damage of Brexit.

Hammer and Pickle 6:16 Thu Oct 18
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Once the UK is out on its own, the US corporations will be able to pretty much help themselves. That's what it's all about - haven't you been paying attention?

Gavros 6:09 Thu Oct 18
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there's loads the US would demand in any trade agreement, including the famous access for chlorine chicken and steroid beef and an end to geographical idenifiers - so that they could label some fizzy californian shit "champagne".

Hammer and Pickle 6:06 Thu Oct 18
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The EU hasn't been around for 40 years, Zero.

And the European Commission is there so it can act as a cohesive unit so if negotiations are lengthy, it is because there were two sides in the negotiations. So, in the case of the erstwhile TTIP, the bone of contention was the US wanted to secure things like trade mark property compensation guarantees for its corporations that the EC wasn't prepared to concede, and rightly so.

cheeses cruyf 6:01 Thu Oct 18
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Believe that figure if you like but no chance

Gavros 6:00 Thu Oct 18
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Shit, i got it wrong. Its 83%.

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/ireland/83-would-vote-to-stay-in-poll-on-eu-membership-gxzg53qqm

cheeses cruyf 5:56 Thu Oct 18
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Well I've lived in ROI for 24 years now and l can tell you that's a load of old bollocks

Gavros 5:54 Thu Oct 18
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opinion poll. EU support in Ireland is amongst the highest in the EU.

Dr Moose 5:53 Thu Oct 18
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cheeses cruyf 5:50 Thu Oct 18

He Googled it. Gavros will be back to you shortly once Google has told him what to say next.

cheeses cruyf 5:50 Thu Oct 18
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85 % ? Where did you get that figure from?

Gavros 5:49 Thu Oct 18
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Because Ireland has been an independent country since 1916 and 85% of the Irish want to stay in the EU?

BRANDED 5:48 Thu Oct 18
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sounds sensible

cheeses cruyf 5:47 Thu Oct 18
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Labour Brexiteer Kate Hoey said: 'If a backstop is such a good idea to sort the border issue why do we not go for a backstop around the entire British Isles then Irish Republic can be part of it too?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 5:40 Thu Oct 18
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Gavros 4:38 Thu Oct 18

'instead of individual bilaterals we'll have to satisfy 11 TPP country demands.'

Don't be a half-wit Gav.As on any FTA. they'l have to negotiate their own position first, then come to us. That's why the EU takes 40 years to come to an agreement on anything.

Gavros 5:39 Thu Oct 18
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doesnt solve the JIT manufacturing and agriculture issue.

Nurse Ratched 5:30 Thu Oct 18
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https://order-order.com/2018/10/18/juncker-varadkar-guaranteed-irish-parliament-no-hard-border-event-no-deal/

Gavros 5:25 Thu Oct 18
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I havent got a clue what youre going on about.

Anyway, these are the various backstops that they appear to be nearing some sort of agreement on

Irish backstop: NI in CU and goods SM

All-UK backstop-to-the-backstop: UK in CU until "technology". Demanded by UK to make sure NI backstop doesnt come into force.

Transition extension: Demanded by the EU so that SM bits get covered for UK while future relationship negotiations are ongoing. Backstop-to-the-backstop-to-the-backstop to prevent backstop-to-the-backstop coming into force.

Hammer and Pickle 5:01 Thu Oct 18
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FTA?

You're a CLOSET FEDERALIST, Gavros.

Hammer and Pickle 4:53 Thu Oct 18
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Partnership?

Trannies applying for family support and a council flat before you know it.

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